Hawkers to seek audience with Khama

Street vendors
Street vendors

Hawkers are seeking audience with President Ian Khama over the confiscation of their wares by the Gaborone City Council late last year, Mmegi has learnt.

Chairperson of the Thusanang Bagwebi Association, Kagiso Masupane, told Mmegi that they have engaged a consultant to put together a letter listing concerns they wish to share with the President. 

Among numerous issues, the letter is expected to demand the return of properties seized and dumped at Gamodubu Landfill last year.  The vendors will also ask for the amendment of rules to allow them to pitch structures and sell their wares in the city.

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